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Every Socialist did his share, and lived upon the vision of the "good time coming,"--when the working class should go to the polls and seize the powers of government, and put an end to private property in the means of production.
It published a weekly in English, and one each in Bohemian and German; also there was a monthly published in Chicago, and a cooperative publishing house, that issued a million and a half of Socialist books and pamphlets every year.
Nothing is easier than to give Christian asceticism a Socialist tinge.
The Socialist and Communist literature of France, a literature that originated under the pressure of a bourgeoisie in power, and that was the expression of the struggle against this power, was introduced into Germany at a time when the bourgeoisie, in that country, had just begun its contest with feudal absolutism.
I confess, sir," he said, "that you talk like a scoundrelly socialist.
Because I question Jefferson and the unscientific Frenchmen who informed his mind, does not make me a socialist.
He stood high in the councils of the socialist party, was one of the leaders, and was the acknowledged leader in the philosophy of socialism.
I think," said Sir Leopold, with a supercilious smile, "that Ruby means a Socialist.
As the "well- balanced radicals" charged at the time, my efforts were so strenuous, so unsafe and unsane, so ultra-revolutionary, that I retarded the socialist development in the United States by five years.
My Dear Sir: I find that my friends are not quite satisfied with the account you have given of them in your clever novel entitled " An Unsocial Socialist.
Come," he said, "you can have no sympathy with Reginald Brott, the sworn enemy of our class, a Socialist, a demagogue who would parcel out our lands in allotments, a man who has pledged himself to nothing more nor less than a revolution.
THE Members of a body of Socialists rose in insurrection against their Bellamy.